From the chips and dip to the pizza and beer, Super Bowl Sunday is a day that is packed with yummy food, but also unnecessary calories. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that Super Bowl Sunday is the second-biggest day for food consumption in the U.S., after Thanksgiving. But that does not mean you have to devour all the sweet snacks and finger foods when you meet up with your friends to watch the Seattle Seahawks take on the Denver Broncos.
Dr. Keith Kantor, a leading nutritionist and author of “What Matters,” and “The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice,” shares tips with IBTimes on how to eat well during the Super Bowl, and even provides recipes for healthier snacks.
Tips for a healthier Super Bowl:
Don’t Starve Yourself
People tend to skip meals before they go to house parties. They may even skip dinner if the party is at a later hour, and then when they arrive they’ll eat anything that is not moving…FULL ARTICLE HERE.